WatchesToBuy.com offers fine vintage, used and some modern watches for sale. We are one of the world's first internet watch dealers-(since 1998 online). We have over 24 years of high grade vintage watch expertise. Browse our boutique of vintage and used watches from the 1920's to present. We sell antique watches of all kinds-shipped worldwide. We have supplied watches to The Royal Family, world dignitaries, the movie industry, noted musicians, actors, writers, artists, fortune 500 CEO's, ultra-elite boutiques and collectors. Our timepieces are serviced and ready to wear on your wrist. Please come back daily, as we will post fresh watches often.

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We don't have a "live store" to visit. Our vintage watches are stored at bank safety deposit box. During weekends or bank holidays, we ship the watch the next business day.

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This fine 1972 Rolex Oyster Perpetual watch. The very desirable deep black dial with original baton hands and markers is pristine. The 34.5mm. (1.35inch) stainless steel ROLEX OYSTER case is without a scratch-gleaming! The 32 million serial number of the case dates to 1971 and the case back to 1963. The original crystal and ROLEX OYSTER winding crown also display excellent condition. The automatic winding caliber 1560 movement is keeping very accurate time. This black dial ROLEX is as clean as you will find!


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WatchesToBuy.com
250 Wharncliffe Rd. North
London, Ontario
Canada N6H 2B8

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phone: 519.266.4380

WatchesToBuy Inc.

Vintage Watch Specialist: Derek Dier